Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1956
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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____ .:j To Replenish Ships Here',

.. In these days of national conventions, a lot is heard Ii
about flexible farm support. But this is nothing compared to }

the flexible farm-products support provided to. the ships at '

Mayport: by the NAS Supply Department. j
Geared to shore facilities sup
port, Supply finds its routine ship comes into Mayport it lists
considerably disrupted when the its requirements with Supply,

giant carriers, for instance, ar- which sends the requisitions
rive after long periods at sea either to the Army Quartermaster
and demand restocking. Not onlyis Depot in Atlanta or the Colum.

procurement of food items bia Quartermaster Market Center -

involved, but loading schedules where bulk stocks are pro-
which circumstances may alter at cured, or the Orlando Army

any time. Field Buying Office which pro-

"We've got to be flexible!!" Lt. (Continued to Page 8)

r W P. M. Bruening, procurement officer
declares. "We arrange to loada
ship, and then something can Red Cross Issues

.,.,., come along, say like Betsy, and 305
) : >> IOOYA wY \,,, a.a.pzs vi: the ship is ordered out to sea for Swimming
TAKE IT AW AT!-Cranes, men and experience were required to replenish ;:larders of the safety reasons. Or it may be delayed -
USS Roosevelt, as shown In this dramatic photograph. Supply and Public Works personnel participated by a storm in getting here. Certificates
in the job. But the real effort-glimpsed only: in the array of trucks, some of which came from The food supplies are waiting on
I as far off as Chicago, bringing in flour, lettuce, sugar, fresh fruits and hundreds of other Items from The NAS Jacksonville Red
all parts of the nation-was accomplished by: the Control and Material Divisions of the Supply: Department the dock. What do we doT If it Cross office has issued 305
(Story on page 1.) can be kept intact on the trucks swimming certificates since the

-- ._ till the ship arrives, good I If not, opening of the base pools.
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.- there's nothing for it but to truckit
to NAS storage facilities, and The swimming courses and
then retruck it back to Mayport life saving courses were taughtby
when the ship shows up. This certified Red Cross instruc-
tors as part of the Special
J11X latter course is a bearing downon
the Station's maintenance Services program at base pools.
funds." Instruction is provided also to
interested personnel and dependents -
Why not store it at Mayport T"Mayport's
at the Officers Club
facilities were built

VOL-14 No. 22 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville. Fla. 23 August 1956 only for its own support-and pool.With
the school vacation
r- they are already bursting at the sea-
learns!" son ending, it is expected that
more children living on )
Tackling the re-supply Job ofa many
Navy To Give the base will complete the I
large carrier, like the USS
5't Lt swimming courses and get their
% Roosevelt, is no small task. About
Red Cross certificates.
Birthday Show :tMtt4 2,000 different items are needed.
Moreover, a new food procure- Instructors include Patrick
October 27th"The ment system became effective Madamba and Jerome P. Hu-

: : a, % ttEt1U4 July 1, when the Defense Department depohl for Special Services,
and George Carter and Dave
named the Army as the
Spirit of the Navy,
.8 main procurement agency for all I Murray at the Officers Club.
production prepared by the Navy 71 the armed forces. Other instructors with teach-

for the Navy on its birthday ing records were' J. G. Voyce, t
Now, in accordance with the
be R. G. Boone, Anthony Cook,
anniversary next Oct. 27, will Navy Subsistence Operationunder
II. B. Earling and W. J. Hen-
produced at Single Manager Assign-
V dry.
selected as one of 16 major Naval s ment for Subsistence, when a

eant installations of Naval to history.present this page Capt. Searcy Replaces Greene 'I

Entering enthusiastically into As Staff Chief Of ComFairJax .
the birthday celebration plans, ss ,\i

the Station and its attached com- STUDY SARATOGA'S MAMMOTH FLIGHT DECK-Comdr. Captain Scth S. Searcey Jr., the Chief of Naval Operations in r

mands will soon be recruitingtop William E. Fly, Commander Carrier Air Group Four, (center) and assumed the duties of Chief of Washington and is a graduate o*
talent required to portraythe squadron skippers of the air group study the flight deck plan of Staff to Rear Admiral Delbert S. the 1933 Naval Academy clay, ;.*'
the huge carrier USS Saratoga from which they will operate after Cornwell, Commander Fleet Air,
heritage and tradition of the the ship arrives in Mayport next Monday With Comdr. Fly are Jacksonville, this week, relieving Subsequently operating from
Navy throughout its proud ex- (left to right): Lcdr. Verne Lydston, executive officer of VF-43, Captain'Richard O. Greene. the carrier USS Yorktown a?
istence. representing Comdr. Thomas N. Coppedge, squadron skipper; Lcdr. Commander Carrier Air Group
Glendon Goodwin VA-45 skipper; Comdr Fly; Lcdr. Theron J. The post of commanding officer
The show is no "publicitystunt Taylor, commanding officer of VA-44, and Lcdr. Daniel Douglas, of NAS Key West will be the next 88, he led repeated strikes on Ja-
," to draw attention to the head of VP22.CAG4. assignment for Capt. Greene who pan's home islands and following

U. S. Navy. Rather it has been reported here in July 1954. A native the cessation of hostilities, headed

planned entirely around the idea, First To of Sherman, Tex., he was I numerous intensive searches for
proferred by the Chief of Naval Operate graduated from the Naval Aca- Japanese POW camps.

Operations, that through this demy in 1932 and took part in When the momentous Japanese ,
means all members of the ser- both World War II and the Korean peace treaty was signed aboardthe

vice might share actively in the Off Carrier SaratogaCarrier conflict.A USS Missouri, he had the
celebration of an historic anni- veteran of World War II Pa- honor of leading approximately

versary.To Air Group Four, has been designated as the first air cific engagements, Capt. Searcey 400 carrier-based .planes over tho
assure success of the pag- reported here from the Office of ship.
group to conduct aircraft operations on the USS Saratoga, the

eant, an advance "tryout" was world's largest aircraft carrier. -.-- .................... ......oyw, ..... w. ,..,.,....?
given in June at the Departmentof s

Agriculture Auditorium in The giant "Sara" is scheduledto I Coppedge Jr., is a day fighter interceptor '

Washington, D. C. The show was arrive in the Mayport Carrier squadron. During the '

smoothed up then, and technical Basin Aug. 27. Headed by Comdr, .. last fiscal year, it won the Com- I; .
experience gained. With detailed AirLant "E" for being the top '
William Fly, Air Group Four will
guides available, not only "actors" ranking squadron in its class.
will be needed, but vocalists, costumers accompany the ship on her shake-
The air group's jet attack
lighting experts and down cruise to Guantanamo Bay,
squadron is VA-44, commandedby
makeup artists. In fact it will bea Cuba next month.
Lcdr. Theron J. Taylor. The I zw ;
real production, one in which Carrier Air Group was com- "Hornets" fly the swept wing
every member of the Navy and missioned in 1938 aboard the old F9F-8 Cougar. 1
his dependents can take pride, carrier USS Ranger. Today the
whichever side of the footlightshe air group is comprised of four Lcdr. Glendon Goodwin heads j
may be on. squadrons whose missions and VA-45, the air group's propellor- .v -

The show will be produced past records make it a represen- driven attack unit which flies the $

here in Guantanamo and Hawaii, tative cross-section of modern versatile AD Skyraidcr.

and elsewhere in the United Naval air power. -----...---

States on Saturday Oct. 27 As Fighter Squadron 22, an' all-
plans develop they will be an- weather, day-night intercept unit, WEATHER OUTLOOK f

nounced by a main pageant com- flies F2H-4 "Banshees" and is Friday Partly cloudy and

mittee soon to be appointed. commanded by Lcdr. Daniel E. warm with scattered afternoon -_-
Douglas. The "Cavaliers" won the
Meanwhile, there's no business thunder-showers. Maximum tem- NEW FAIRJAX CHIEF OF STAFF-Captain Seth S. Searcy
coveted Air
like show business-and if that's Force Atlantic Fleet Jr. Is duties of his role as Chief of Staff to Rear Ad.
where you belong, or have ever "E" award in 1954 and 1955. perature mid-90 range, Minimum mlral D. S.Cornwell, Commander Fleet Air. Jacksonville, by Capt.

felt perhaps you did, here's your : Fighter Squadron 43, commanded about 75.Saturday. Richard O. Greene whom he relieved this week. Capt. Greene
ended a two year tour of duty here last month and will become
chance! by Comdr. Thomas N and Sunday, Same. the commanding officer of NAS Key: West, Fla.


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 23 August 1956

ur.777, VF.74L, VAH-L FasronG VMS. VFP42, VF-43. Reports

/ Jflx-flui3 P Scouting lax Area Squadrons I IVF111

Published every Thursday for Navy artf Marine clhUlef at Natal Air

Station, Jacksonville Florida of steaming to avoid Hurricane! selman reported to VFMoi"

C pt William S. narrti HAS..... hekt.W. Commanding Officer Fighter Squadron 171 was ac- Betsy, marking the beginning of July 24 and were flying On

Robert U. Smith .,, ,..,, ,., Kxecuthe Officer corded two significantFirsts" carrier qualifications for VF171. 'Banjo' on the following the
t Air Ja kBtm Lt Richard Mc- day,
Rear Adm. Delbtrt S. Cornwell: Comma er today. Approaches and landings made Each pilot received 10
Capt. Richard 0. GreentCapt. ___ Chkl of Staff Andrew, of Rochester, N. Yn "hew mirror. hours of
utilizing the landing flight time to
fleet Air WUf Klevea made the first steam cata returning to
Bowen f. McLrod' Commander William system and the angled deck of their parent squadron.
Comdr. Richard t>avlt __ Chief SUM Officer pult launch, and Comdr. the newly converted FDR. This S a
Air Teckalcal TralaUf Center Laliberte of Bangor, Me.,
Capt. Henry C. fel.nnRr.l Com manding Officer new system results in safer and Fasron-C
Comdr. Edward W. Bishop KxecuUvt Officer became the first to fully qualifyin and
Naval BHU.a a jet aircraft in touch and go ,faster operations greater The following officers checked
Capt. Benjamin K. AW Commandlrc Officer precision. into Fasron-6 for
:apt Marcy Shupp Execauve Officer and arrested landings off the recently temporary additional .
MAKTO recommissioned U S S Pilots of VF-171, 'an all weather duty while a waiting i i
Capt. Norman O. Anderson ,. Commanding Officer I will orders to flight
Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42)). intercepter squadron qualify training NAS
officer day and night making touch Pensacola.,
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at U* U. S. Naval Air SUUon.Jacksonville. Lt McAndrew executive
Florida, and printed commercially with iKm-at>propr1at4 funds flying an F2H-3 "Big Banshee and go and arrested landings and Ensign Patrick Corahan, Peoria
at no spenn to the government and In eiMpllancc with NAVKXOS P-3S. Rrv.Nov. III
IMS. copies are distributed free crt charge: at the Naval Air Station the ," made several touch and go catapult launches. I : Ensign George Tobi, JacW
Naval U. & Naval Air Technical Hospital Training Center Naval Air, teRm Training Unit. and the landings and an arrested landing I vine, Fla.; Ensign Norman Drews,

Editor Andrew II. Haney prior to the steam catapult VF-741 i West Roxbury, Mass.; Ensign
Assistant Editor Charter Schaaf; Sports Editor Nancy Ward, JOS; launch. Comdr. Laliberte made With all Cougars hangared I John Herrin, Albemarle, N. C,
Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes PHI '
three touch and go landings and while Hurricane Betsy threatenedthe They entered Officer Candidate
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed' Forces Tress Service.AFPS I School in
material appearing in this publication may not be reprinted without six arrested landings. area, VF-741 held an all April 1956.
the written permission o? Armed Forces Press Service. Remibilcation of other e
matter, except by service publication U prohibited without permission of Flight operations resumed hands party at the Anchorage,
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. aboard the FDR off the coast of Aug. 14. Softball, water skiing, VA-45
Editorial office located Mats Administration 811141111I'ttOM uttMiofti"In'J'I' Florida after a three day period horseshoes were the sports, with The "4 and 20 Blackbirds"
8346. 216 and 8164.
beer the popular beverage of the from which the squadron derives

afternoon.' its nickname, welcomed aboard a

A seven inning ball game pit- new pilot, Ensign George A,

} \i \' I l ting the officers against the en- Evans. Evans reported from the
\ training command at
;. ........ listed personnel was a well ChristL Corpus
played, hard fought battle end-
The original squadron .
ing with the score 3-3. Outstanding -
Sunday Mass = 0000, 0900 pitching by Chief Pawel contained 24 pilots when

1000 St. Edward's ChapeL Torasawko, for the white hats commissioned,"hence the "4 and
Saturday Mass, 0800 St 20 Blackbirds.
and the big bat of the squadron
Also reporting aboard Carroll .
Edward's Chapel. was
skipper, Comdr. C. IL Penner, for
Daily Mass, 0630 St. Ed- the officers, accounted for the D. Johnson, AM2, from VF-

ward's ChapeL close score. 44.
Sunday 0630, Mass at the Being transferred from the
Hospital Chapel; 1900, Instruc- Lt. Lowell Elmore earned a squadron are Frederick L. Hare,
tion classes "well done" from all hands for A03 to NAOTS
Bldg. 463. Chincoteague,
PROTESTANTThursday his splended job of preparationof Va., and Norman L. Benton, AMI,

Aug. 23 dtt1INDUSTRIAL the affair.. who extended his enlistment for

1900 All Saints' Choir Re- f one year and is looking forwardto
hearsal All Saints' VAl tour of at Patuxent
Chapel. __ a duty
:"t1i'" io" "' '" ">i:' ;":..;: Pilots
Ltjg) N. M. Nokes and
Sunday, Aug. 26 River, Md.
0800 Episcopal Communion MANAGEMENT GRADUATES:-These NAS I Ltjg( ) D. E. Musselman recently An all-hands squadron Leer
were among 60 federal employees, from ,
Service, Chaplain Nickelson. 24 BuAer installation, who completed a slx-weeks management completed a rapid transition party was held Friday, Aug 17,
0930 Sunday School. training course at the University of California. Left to right: course in the F2H-2 Banshee. at the Anchorage. The program

0930 Service of Divine Worship James II. Lester, supervisory "production control specialist, Public This program was set up to opened at 1100 and included a
Works; Byron n. Bradshaw, chief quarterman, O and R; Calvin provide newly assigned pilots of
Chaplain Osman. softball in which the
L. game enlisted
Gray, supervisory production control specialist, O and R; Daniel
1100 Service of Divine Worship Johnstone A3D squadrons a short jet familiarization 10-2.
supervisory production methods and standards specialIst men took the officcis J
Chaplain Stephenson. O and It; Perry M. Medlock, production specialist, O and R; course. The squadron officers and
1900 The United Fellowship and Paul E. Harris Jr., tabulating project planner, Supply.Research Ltjg( ) Nokes and Ltjg( ) Mus wives attended the professional

of Protestants, Bldg. 804. football game Saturday, Aug. 18,

Monday, Aug. 27 Six From Here Center At South Pole at the 'Gator Bowl, and a party

., 1930 Lattcrday Saints Service following .the game was held at
Bldg. 750. Take Management Lcdr. G. Goodwin's residence

ti\'- 1900 -Tuesday Episcopal, Aug.Instruction 28 Courses In Calif. To Be Built By 'Deepfreeze Crew I The squadron congratulates Lt

(Continued on Page 5))
The first structure in all history to be built at the bottom of the'
C'sss, Bldg. 563.
Sixty civilian of 24 '
employees world will be
a scientific research center erected by the U.S.
l&QprChristian Science Serv- I Bureau of Aeronautics installations :next winter at the South Pole.in to test the snow, and will be followed

ice, Bldg. 752. including six men from the Operation Deepfreeze II, by Air Force Globemaster
1930 Bible Study Group, laval Air Station Jacksonville, materials for the center will be America to Marie Byrd Land, cargo aircraft. The latter will

Bldg. 804.Thursday have received certificates after flown over the pole and droppedby where they will build Byrd Station drop 500 tons of building materials -

Aug. 30 completing( a six weeks course in parachute. Men and equipmentto 1,200 nautical miles from for use in constructing the

1900 All Saints' Choir Re- management at the University of build five scientific observa- the South Pole. geophysical observation post.

hearsal, All Saints' Chapel. California.The tion bases for the 148 scientists Other engineers will prepare Later, quarters will be erected

ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL course was sponsored by assigned to study nature's se- for the dash to the pole itself and equipment set up which civilian

(Naval Hospital, Protestant) BuAcr, and "hosted" by NAS crets in the Antarctic will be Navy planes will land in October scientists will operate for

Sunday, Aug. Z6 Alameda. landed in an operation involving on the 10,000-foot polar plateau the next two years.CROSSWORD' .

0930 Sunday School and The program was enlarged this 12 ships, 38 aircraft and 3,525 -

Nursery. year to include a supply manage- personnel. This almost' doublesthe '

0930 Divine Worship, Chap- ment course. For the past two 1,805 men who took part in ., PUZZLE't __

lain William Swets. years only industrial managementcourses Operation Deepfreeze I. I... ii j f f si a- s q r '

Tuesday, Aug. 28 for Overhaul and Repair Special local interest in the t-Ch p* u ,
1930 Instruction class for and Public Works Departmentswere project derives from the R4Ds *f-frovldw-Hl 'h moanuta food 'II t is d 8 N, 4t _0

personnel of Presbyterian or Reformed conducted. Thirty administrators and helicopters outfitted and II It--B. mistakes "* S 'I'e-. ... II R //1'1. lk

background. were assigned to each equipped for polar conditions in U aot took rIl- / .
course. the NAS Jacksonville I I. rro J .. .. I< t. It
Overhauland Tot Involved U1.. // -

New Class Hours The supply curriculum included Repair Department a year hoatUltUt 17Anrry 21 a& 4 s Q :"/// .. .... s a at u_

For AGO School organization and administration, ago for Deepfreeze No.1. Now' u-Prettn.t) 21 "/ / 'I f:1
human relations, budgeting and four additional R4D's and four !Climbing-Smear < a \I .t / f S a w // e
Summer hours began this week
cost control, material and supply 1104 helicopters are undergoing ptclti ol ml I'l/ be / al. M, r
for the new ,
class at Aviation pepPtr V/ // _
processing communications and modification for the Deepfreeze !!- uDllahtd l
Ground Officers School, and No. 2 f1--submit t H ;A 'l'/.IM ca C h 'l./If 61- t .
report writing, and statistical aids expedition. t7.-cano .. :// 'l./ _
probably will extend throughout
the eight-week course. for the manager. The industrial REAR ADM. RICIIARD E. U-Frencl ptrlOn artfcle" it be. a II. 4 v 'l/'l/ al0Osc y N
management curriculum included BYRD again will be in
overall .
First classes will 1
convene at 11atloi f. t6 '. 4iII\
. time and motion study, production charge of the operation which alflw---. _...
0615 and the last ones will end at t77' ... ..., .
1400 planning and control, human fact gets underway in September. *Z-Printer's 'e "i "'M A t
according to Lcdr. _
t Stamatis, School Training Officer. tors in administration, plant lay- Navy and Air Force aircraft will .IS-14-UM to be.paleS- rs .. h If1 I. _1 t. 3 I to
out and materials handling, cost fly from this country to New 3iiethede n e i 1

control administration, and pro- Zealand, with Rear Adm. George S-Clearer "' v f w j I R !
SAFETYBox duction JS Cravati, : ..
organization and management Dufek again in direct command. 3t-Swltt: .. -
sq- "'itasr w-M
Score 4 tIn Mid-October is set for the main 42-Lt-opar 40-Bra. I-WII4 k-Rented 0; =pnvey''I' ". *
}}-Silkworm l-hrt. 01 Il-8e41t. '
to head for -Kln4
Antarctica. of
1948 the Waves, originally 4t-Wtlr cheese => skeleton 17-Sheetaof rlMtcutptur I

Disabling Injuries Through intended as "for the duration Preparing for the coming of f&-P.rlocl 4"\'oun.aWaLamp"J or bop time 'w 7-Deelm.ter, *'*-Blaek-Aclt a wood .u-Btcomt.40-Water. .dim

Tuesday, August 21 only," became a permanent part three naval task forces and air! II-Solk itmo..nd. a-TrayeUna. (abbr.[) by :|tS 4--Puff Hinder up* *,'.4l-Anglo.Saion

This Month 0 of the Regular Navy of the transports this fall will be 166 i-separate water IT-Prop I. ontMlf 4J.-Veiaelleaaant money

This Year 4 United States. They earned this men who were left in Antarcticafrom DOWN 'Io-Parcel 11-Daker'.of land I.Nake( through water 44 41-8.ror.-Rodtnt ,
Days Since Last honored position in our armed Deepfreeze I. Some of these It-Pronoun product 11-Nore dl.tlnt' 4T-Artlflclal

Lost Time Accident Si forces by a combination of hard will move overland by tractor 1"--1' ,II-Small row II-Oraat of bustard {angpag.

work, tact, and ability. trains in October from Little
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for all Navy libraries in the area) j r

Your Rugged Constitution: You I
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Is-
Any qualified person who maybe 1 N know it has to be rugged if you've
lands. T
absent on election day may been reading papers these days I
For further information, see I
vote by absentee ballot. with accounts of National Conventions -
voting officer.
Members of the Armed Forces your --.e.----- 4 ; ___ and the hi-jmk that go
may send a Federal Post Card along with the serious businessof

application to the Clerk of the Hn. selecting candidates for tho

County Court or Board of Election most important position the Constitution -

Commissioners, county of ; provides. If you.are ono

residence, any time before the .. : of the many who are confused
election. However, it is recom 'I- t 'VL about how the custom developedand

mended that such application be SALTY HUMOR FROM o Z K the reforms which are contemplated -

made before Sept. 7. Marked ballots there are several
must reach officials by 6 p.m. HERE AND THEREAn books in the political science section -

Nov. 7.Other. more detailed than the title
voters must send for an old Texas drunkard saw he so :>.J W-',___T ....OF..........- .K... ._T... we used here.

"Application for Absentee Ballot"from many pink elephants that CUBS GET SCOOP ON "COUGAR"-Cub Scouts from Jacksonville Adlai E. Stevenson of Illinois:
hired a hall and put up a sign. Pack 108 were entertained by Air Task Group 201 at Cecil
one of the above offices. "25 cents to see the Zoo. A coupleof Field after the Group returned from patrollihff the Formosan A 1952 publication, not necessarily -
This form, when completed can customers resented the fact Straits recently. Here Lt. jff Herm Levin of VF-101, explains how a political biography. Half the
be sent in as early as Oct. 7, the that they saw nothing but four the Jet engine operates to (left to right) Kobbin Hood and John book is material on his early life
day on which officials start mail. Semberson. and experience; half is selections
bare walls, and swore out a com-
ing ballots. plaint. When the'sheriff came to I from his statements to indicate
All marked ballots must be in ATG-201 Host
make the arrest, the drunk hauledout his lines of thought.
by 6 p,m. Nov. 7.RI10DB his jug from under the Toastmasters I White House Profile: A social

ISLAND counter. The sheriff took three Discuss Ike To Cub PackAir history of the White House and
of the Armed
Members Forces sniffs-and paid him $600 for a its occupants with the interplay

civilians officially attached to half interest in his show. Wives will hear their husbands Task Group 201 stationed at of political history, the1 person- ..

units of the Armed Forces their ... ... -. explain the pros and Cecil Field, recently returned alities of the Presidents and their

spouses and dependents may send cons of "What Will Happen If from the western Pacific where it wives, what they did to the
Federal Post Card applications to I The employment manager Anything Happens to Ike" patrolled the Formosan Straits, White House-and what it did to
looked the references of the
the Secretary of State Providence i over when the vy Officers Toastmasters and participated in numerous them! Gossip sort of thing which
time before Nov. 6. nervous chap and said "I'm Club *
any this
eve- makes entertaining reading with
training exercises.The j t
for this job.
Ballots will be sent starting about afraid you're wrong
ning at 1930 at the 19th hole of factual background. y
Oct. 17, and must be returned- We want a single man. the Golf Shack.It Group Is made up of They Also Ran: Ever wonder '

complete with the prescribed oath "Hey, wait a minute," yelledthe is "Ladies Night," an annual Tighter Squadrons 13 and 101, Attack about the defeated candidates for '

-not later than Dec. 4. I little guy. "When I applied I affair of the Toastmasters, Squadrons 36 and 105. the Presidency? Nineteen of them

Other qualified voters should yesterday you said you wanted a and for once the women will Comdr. E. II. English, Jr., is the arc treated with the same human-

apply for an "Application of Ab- married man." not have the last word. new commanding officer of ATG201. (zing technique you've enjoyed ,

sentee Voter for Civilian Ballot" "I'm sorry. Must be a mistake." The affair will be a symposi- in Stone's fictionalized biogra- )

from the Secretary of State or "Mistake! groaned the little urn of a political rally so the Since returning the Task phies: Immortal Wife; Love Is

Town Clerk. The form must be guy. "What am I going to do? !I ultra in declamation is exported Group entertained Cub Scout Eternal; Lust For Life; etc.

'. received, by the Secretary oft went right out and got married. Pack 108 of Jacksonville and After The White House: And
State by Oct. 12. Marked ballots ... .- guided them on a tour of Cecil what of the men who have servedus

t with the required oath, must be A gang of county roadmen were Field. Twenty five Cubs were in as Presidents and lived to retire -

completed by Nov. 6, and must way out in the country to repaira Contract For the group. They saw movies of the ? Surprising and interesting

i reach the Board of Elections by road when they discovered they Blue Angels, were shown how the material. They didn't just drop

midnight Nov. 19. had left their shovels back in StandardizedHangar link trainer operates, tried on from sight, it seems!

} CALIFORNIAAny town. They phoned their foreman oxygen masks and crash helmets How We Elect Our Presidents:

absent person may vote back in town about the trouble.lie and were given a demonstrationon for the light and humorous touch,

by absentee ballot. replied: "I'll send the sho LetA the operation of Mae West life- no one has ever been able to han

j Members of the Armed Forces, vels out right away by truck. $350.000 contract for produc- jackets. dle new items with the penetra- ( 'i .
civilian employes serving outside Lean! on each other until they get tion of standardized aircraft .. .- tion of homely philosophy Will ,>- -**

M the U.S., members of religious or there. designed by the Luria Rogers brought to his reporting., .d'

.n welfare agencies assisting the Engineering hangers company has been Forty POs A Foreign Ecomonlc Policy Fog'

Armed Forces and their spouses A girl's life cycle: Safety pins, awarded the firm by the Navy's The US: Another new item {s/our

and dependents may send a hair pins fraternity pins clothespins Bureau of Yards and Docks, it Take Exams Foreign policy. No matter whatit

Federal Post Card application to rolling pins, safety pins. has bee -*nnounct'd. is, promulgated by what political -
their County Clerk any time before The hangar, fabricated at thecompany's Forty petty officers third classat party for what long or short

election day. Mike did in Bethlehem the Naval Air Technical Training range view, it has its critics and
Pat: "But why you plant
Persons in the above categories of Center took their examinations its admirers. This new book
join up with these Pa., covers almost an acre
discharged after Sept. 13 will be Tuesday for petty officer should help us make more concrete
told wide 242
Mike: "No. The doctor meI ground. It is 122 feet by
allowed to vote in their home
second class. evaluations.
had only 10 days to live and I feet long and has a 20 by 200-foot
counties after presenting proofof figure it's" better one of those lean-to on each side. Results of the examinations will

discharge date to their County Communists dies than a good The gable roof is 55 feet highat be made known, probably in October -

Clerks. Irishman rLakeland' the ridge, sloping down to 38 by the Bureau of Naval Wave Drive OnFor
Other voters should
"Application for an feet at the eaves. Steel columns Personnel. the past four weeks a
request Absentee an Ballot" from the County support the roof trusses and the Rates include aviation electri helping hand has been givento

lean-tos' clans, 4 aviation storekeeper, 2;
Clerk, if possible on or before Wife ; the Navy by the City of
Within the hangar, extendingfor aviation ordnancemen, 6'} aviation New York, when Mayor RogerA.
7. The completed applica
Sept. '
tion must be received' by the Wins 'AIrs. Title 100 feet along the length fire control technicians, 2; aviation Wagner gave valuable aid
there is an elevated rail on which electronIcsmen, 2; boatswain
to the Special Wave recruiting
Clerk between Oct. 17 and Nov. 1. Mrs. Evelyn O'Malley, wife
twohreeton chain hoists travel mate, 1; commissarymen, 3; elec- drive being conducted throughout
AU ballots and registration of John R. O'Malley, engineman -
The rail is high enough so that trician's mates, Ii; hospitalmcn 'Ij; the great metropolis.
forms will be mailed out as earlyas first, Recruiting Station,
material can be lifted to a heightof personnelmen, 1; parachute riggers -
Oct.- 17. They must be filled Lakeland, Fla. was named as Fifteen billets have been
17 feet. 1 steward's mates 1 ship
out by Nov. 6, and received by winner of the Sixth Naval Dis- outer ; ; ; filled, as a result. The drive is
Along the 10-foot-high servicemen, 1; training device-
election officials by Nov. 22. trict "Mrs. U.S. Navy 1956" aimed at enlisting young
wall of each lean-to are 38 win- men, 1; telamen, 3; yeoman, 1.
KENTUCKYAny semi-finals and will competefor dows glazed with unbreakable women from the states of New
voter who will Beach York New Jersey and Con-
qualified the title at Long For half of the ,
not be present for voting may Calif., on Sept. 15. plastic lean-to: length, on one side of the Foreign Officers necticut. They will report for

use an absentee ballot Each of the 30 finalists, one hangar, the height rises to 18 feet training at the Naval Training
Members of the Armed Forces from every command, will be I The elevated rail with the hoist At Schools Here Center, Bainbridge, Md.

and overseas employes of the showered with prizes and at- allows unloading and transfer of Three Japanese Navy. officers -

government and their wives may. tention. They will also be heavy cargo directly into the and two petty officers this
send Federal Post Card applications John Moyer
honored with a full-scale review hangar. week began schools at the Na-
to their County Court Clerk by the Navy, with Secre- of doors
There are two sets val Air Technical Training Honor StudentJohn
any time before Oct. 27. tary of the Navy Charles S. allowing aircraft to enter from Center.

Other voters should obtain an Thomas attending the crown- either the front or back of the I Attending Aviation Electri Moyer, AEAN, ol Bar-
for Absentee Voters'Ballot"
"Application ing ceremony. hangar. cian's Mate School Class A stow, Calif., was the honor student -
and return it to their The final judging will be ...
were Ltjg( ) Hirdyasu Monde in last week's graduating
County Court Clerk before Oc -. held Sept ,, when a board of NOTICE and Lt. Koichi Saito. class from Aviation Electrician's

27. judges composed of enlisted The Station Commissary Store, Entered in Aviation Store- Mate School Class A at NATT-
All ballots will be sent out
men and women from all over located in Building 135, will be keeper School were Masayoshi Center.
when available and must be returned -
the world will crown "Mrs. closed for inventory Wednesday, Ando, and Ono Haruthoshi and Moyer, here on TAD orders,
election officials by
Nov. 6.There. U.S. Navy 1956" and her Aug. 29. The store will be openas Shoji Sayama, both petty officers will return to NAS Los Alamito,

Is no absentee Toting In Queens of the Court. usual for business Thursday. third class. Long Beach Calif., for duty.r .

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Up The ff '< : :'/ <" : :: Skywarrior Sets

LADDERWith .,?ft\/ $ Distance Record

y < : .. A Navy A3D ;Jet bomber has
CiviliansWeekly J really done it. This aircraft flew

( the Jax Air News in non-stop from Honolulu to Al-

cooperation with the Industrial buquerque, N.M., a distance of
Relations 3,200 miles, setting a new distance
Department will list
various promotions for Naval Air record for such planes. ,in yogi Stilt.> .
A ground speed'of 570 miles an
personnel). NEW JERSEY
hour in five hours and 40 minuteswas
On the promotion roster effective recorded by the Skywarrior.In Registration is permanent mi-
August 6, 12 and 13, were LANDING WITH DROQUE CHUTE-A Douglas Navy ASD disclosing the flight the less..a voter has failed to vote at
36 employees, 22 from Overhauland SkTwarrlor.. such as are flown by VAIM and VAII-3, rolls to a least once in the past four years.
landing deceleration chute Navy said it believes this is a
I quirk after opening its landing" on Registration is not
Repair Department, four touching down on the runway. All AIDS are to be equipped with distance record for its modern jet I required for
from Public Works Department, the new chutes. V AII-1 already has 12 of the aircraft. VAII-3, bombers without refueling in I members of the Armed Forces. All
five from Supply Department, newest heavy attack squadron based here, received its first two midair. : other persons must register in
four from Security Department, A3Ds last week and expects to have 12 by the end of September. The A3D took part In the recently person at the office of the Commissioner -

and one from Industrial Rela- nuclear of Registration at the
concluded weapons I
tions Department. Douglas A3D 'Skywarrior' tests on Eniwetok, in the South place of residence before Sept 2',

Promoted at O & R were Pacific. It first moved from thereto IOWA

Samuel Kahn, helper metal- Honolulu, a distance of some You must re-register this yearn
smith (Aviation) second step to Equipped With Chutes 2,200 miles. rAfter those cities and townships

aircraft glass and plastic worker flying at an altitude of : where registration is required
I first step; Bennie Collins, air- A landing deceleration parachute designed to help reduce 42,000'feet, when the plane landedat I except Des Moines. Registrationis

craft mechanic (general) third rollout of the 'Navy's largest carrier-based bomber, the Albuquerque, it still had suffi- permanent in Des Moines unless -

step to inspector (aircraft assembly Douglas A3D Sky-warrior, is now being fitted to all pro uc.ll cient reserve fuel to proceed fur- the voter did not vote at

) second step; Albert Ban- ion A3D aircraft, it was announced., ther, the Navy said. least once in the past four years.
dosz, clerk-typist GS-3 to fiscal The A3D is the world's heaviestand
Installation of- the chutes followed All qualified absent
accounting clerk GS-4; Francis bomber, is capable of taking off fastest bomber.An personsare
extensive testing pro considered
an registered
Boyle, production methods and an aircraft carrier in one ocean, operational squadron will
gram carried out jointly by the marked absentee ballot and the
standards specialist GS-7 to completing a mid-continent bombing -
pro- join the big carrier Forrestal this
and the Navy. executed affidavit
Douglas company on the backof
duction methods and standards mission, and landing on a summer, and that vessel will pro-
THE 70,000 POUND twin jet the ballot envelope have been
specialist GS-8; Walter Farrar, carrier in another ocean. ceed to the Mediterranean late in
bomber has low-speed landing accepted by the election officials.
Jr. production methods and
Powered by two Pratt and the year
characteristics and a Hytrol nonskid -
standards specialist GS-8. ALABAMA
Lcdr. Phil Harward of Blackfoot -
that will Whitney J-57 turbojet engines,
braking system nor-
Howard Funk Idaho Registration is permanent. It is
production was the pilot on the
stop it in a short distance. the is rated in the
methods and standards specialist mally Sky-warrior long distance flight. Lcdr. Alton required for voting and must be
GS-7 to production methods and However, addition of the decet 600-700 mph class, is faster than Nensen of Des Moines, Iowa, was accomplished in person at the

standards specialist GS-8; Erwin ration chute, which measures safe 24 many jet fighters, and can operate co-pilot and Lt. Roy Miears of office of the Board of Registrars,
Heck, production methods and feet in diameter, assure during at altitudes in excess of 40,000 Springfield, La., was the navigator. county of residence, on either
standards specialist GS-7 to pro- landings on wet runways, feet. first or the third Monday of the
made under
duction methods and standards instrument landings month until Oct. 27.
GCA conditions, or emergency
specialist GS-8; Clarence Graham,
Special information is
landings made with high gross
production methods and stand-
the following counties and may
ards specialist GS-7 to produc- weight. be obtained from the County Pro-
The chute is to be used for
tion and standards
methods spe- bate Judge: Calhoun, Etowah,
cialist GS-8; Donald Scott, production landing on airfields only and isnot Jefferson, Mobile, Montgomeryand
intended for shipboard use.
methods and standards Tuscaloosa.
specialist GS-7 to production HOUSED IN TilE tail section

methods and standards specialistGS8. compartment of the airplane, the IDAHO
chute is deployed after touch- Registration is permanent un-

Sidney Kolodner, production I down, and is actuated by an electrical less a voter did not vote in the

methods and standards specialist switch controlled by the last general election or moved
pilot. d from one precinct to another.
GS-7 to production methods
and standards specialist GS-8; The long-range high-altitude Servicemen, civilians serving

Adee Thompson, production with the Armed Forces outside

methods and standards specialist + BREEZESThen + t. j the U.S., and dependents are registered -
v GS-7 to production methods and a automatically when their
standards specialist GS-8; Howard there's the story of the marked ballots are accepted by

Heminger, Jr., production meth- dead dachshund-he met his end 7w. election officials.
ods and standards specialist GS going around a tree.
,. Any qualified voter temporarily -
7 to production methods and
The sun-baked cowboy swag- i absent from his precinct may
standards specialist GS-8; Wayne
...Anders, production methods and gered into the saloon and through apply for registration by absen-
ordered the barten- tee process by requesting in writ-
.standards specialist GS-7 to pro- parched lips
duction methods and standards der to give his horse a bucket of ing, an "Elector's Oath" from the
Clerk, Board of County Commis-
specialist GS8.Pasquale his best whiskey.
Russo "And what'll you have, stran- ..->..'" sr. .- soners, county of residence. The
production -
executed form, sworn to beforea
methods and standards specialist ger, asked the bartender. GET SAFETY BELTS:-F. R. Simpson, acting fire captain of
GS-7 to production methods "Nothin'," shot back the dusty Engine Company No. 2, NAS Jacksonville, and R. II. Wolff, driverof notary public, should be returned -
cowboy. "I'm drivin'I"leadingman the pumping engine, indicate by their serious expressions the to the Clerk before Nov. 3.
and standards specialist GS-8; importance of the newly installed safety belts recently adoptedby
I Robert Mann, production methods welder (combination) the Station Fire Department for general use in all its vehicles. NEW HAMPSHIRE
f and standards specialist GS7to third main- Simpson's right hand still grasps through habit the only protection Once a voter's name has been
production methods and stand- step to leadingman ( previously afforded to keep a man in the seat instead of on the entered on the checklist of the
ards specialist GS-8; Lloyd Jor- tenance) third step; and Sam pavement when the engines zoomed at high speed around street town, city or ward of residence,
Graham chief
quarterman pub- corners.
permanent is in ef-
dan, production methods and
lic works) to foreman mechanic
standards specialist GS-7 to pro- (maintenance division) first step. Fire Puts fect.
duction methods and 'standards Promoted at Supply Depart- Chief Safety Members of the Armed Forces,
specialist GS-8 Charles McMa- civilians who members of
ment were Muriel Atwood, clerk
han, production methods and typist GS-2 to clerkstenographerGS3 Belt On Station PumperWhile agencies assisting the Armed

standards specialist GS-7 to'pro- ; Marlene Sandlin, typist Forces, their spouses and depen-
duction methods' and standards I GS-2 to clerk typist GS-3; Orpha other Naval activities are studying the feasabilityof dents residing with them are

specialist GS-8. Klein, card punch supervisor GS- equipping emergency vehicles with safety belts, Fire entered on the checklist when applications -

Aaron Thompson, production 4 to card punch supervisor GS-5; Chief Donald R. Moran, of NAS Jacksonville, has gone for absentee ballots
i methods and standards specialist Willie. Patterson, warehouseman ahead and done it 1 I are accepted by the Board of Su-
With the full approval of the pervisors of Checklist, town or
GS-7 to production methods and second step to packer first step; fire chief charged with responsi-
J standards specialist GS-8; William and Thomas Wiggins, warehouseman Safety Division, Industrial Rela- bility of protecting his personnel.The city of residence.All .

Stuart, production methods third step to packer second tions Department, Moran tackledthe man sitting next to the driverof other persons must registerin
k and standards specialist GS-7 to problem of installing the beltson a fire engine is in a particularly person with the applicable

f production methods and stand- step.Advanced at Security Depart his department's 15 vehicles hazardous position, with nothingto office mentioned above.VERMONT .

ards specialist GS-8; Harry Stevens ment were Delbert Loudermill, which include four pumping engines brace against when the truck

production methods and guard GS-3 to guard supervisor five pickup trucks and takes a curve at emergency speed.A The voters' "Check List" systemis

standards specialist GS-7 to production QS-4; Bob Williams, guard GS3to crash vehicles. fire\ chief in Davenport, Ia., followed and no other kind of
\ methods and standards guard supervisor GS-4; Donald The first vehicle to be equippedwith openly attributes his life to his registration is required.

specialist GSto production Moran, supervisory fire fighter the belts is a 750-gallon-per- safety belt when the truck he was Before a person can vote he
methods and standards specialist (general) GS-9 to supervisoryfire minute pumping engine. The remaining in was involved in an accident. must have his name entered on

GS-8; Lewis Ray, aircraft mechanic : fighter (general) GS-10; and fire department vehicles However, the Navy has not yet his town "check list" by taking
(general) third step to Russell Van Houten, guard GS3to will soon be similarly equipped. given unqualified approval to the. the Freenfan's Oath. This is

inspector (general aircraft equip- guard supervisor GS-4. Furthermore, it is being contem- use of the safety belts, due to the usually accomplished when a per-
ment) third step. Promoted in Industrial Rela- plated installing the safety beltsin many problems arising. Among son reaches 21. If he is absent

Advanced at Public Works tions Department was George I other Station emergency ve- them is the need for more research from the state at that age, his
Department were Jennifer Cern, Grimmette, Sr., supervisory qual- : hicles, such as police cars and am- into the design and pro- name may be entered by writing

clerk-typist GS-2 to clerk-typist ifications rating examiner (general I bulances. per installation of the belts. Of 39 to the Town or City Clerk, place
', GS-3; Elmer Osteen, like clerk ) GS-7 to supervisory qualifications Many civilian fire departmentswhich belts evaluated by Consumers Re- of residence, and requesting pro-
1 GSto engineering draftsman rating examiner (gen- have tried out the belts are search, 13 passed and 26 failed I per documents for taking the

I (general) GSJames; Johnson, eral) GS-S). urging their adoption by every the tests. Oath.I .


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i r-- Station Personnel I
Spend (jg) Theodore Morton, who I(

married the former Miss Helen :
Reilly of Ossinmg, New York; Lt 1

t' ji o Many HoursAtHobbyShopHey (jg) William Perry, who marriedthe I(

former Miss Diane M. Stand I
dad, got a hobby? Working at it? Have a place to
ing of Virginia Beach; and James '
work at it? .
Allen, airman, who married the
If is "no the NAS
answer ,
processing film or prints, or
former Miss Dana L.
Smith of
Hobby Shop, which occupies two working with metal. The Hobby Ocala.

decks of Building 896, is the place Shop is equipped with a machine
Upholding the tradition of beIng -
I for
ypu. shop, metal shop, wood-working
> 4 Open from 1400 to 2130 Tues a cigar smoking outfit hasn't
55P C shop, sales room for home hobby
__ day through Friday, and from been hard these days with the
w Nw 0900 to 1700 Saturday, the Hobby materials, a photo lab and a birth of a boy to Ltjg( ) and Mrs.

Shop is operated under the Spe- ceramics department.For Allen D. Keimlg.

cial Services Department. Everyone those interested in electrical -
The VA-43 I and E Office is
is welcome, facilities are and acetelyne welding, a shedon boasting lately at having 92 per-
Available, and there are instructors -
the grounds near the Hobby cent of the squadron's enlisted
aboard to teach those hob

_,m __, 'n....._. .. ., ,. bies with which you are not now Shop building provides all the personnel enrolled in USAFI and
familiar but would like to be. tools and equipment.Car Navy Correspendence Courses.
can the patrons of the Hobby Shop work at their hobbles In the During the work week, numerous owners who want to workon
shop's various departments, they can also buy kits to work their persons come and go on their automobiles have ample VFP-62
hobbles at home. Here (left to right) are Steven IlutchUon, Pfc.. their various projects, whetherit's Light Photographic Squadron
of AO-A School at NATTCenter, and Russell Mlnlch, ADS, of parking and working spaces. 62 is into
busy whipping shape
Patrol Squadron VAII-1, buying nfodel airplane kits from WayneJ. working on a small pleasure I Ceramics enthusiasts will find
Hodge, AN, of the Special Services Department. boat, making pieces of furniture, Mrs. Dora Rose available to show its touch football team, and is

-- I them how to get the best results. eagerly awaiting the opening of

For those who want to do woodworking the fall round-up of intramural

King Queen Joseph Kurtwright is sports.

the instructor For the mechanical Proud possessors of the coveted

minded, who enjoy working with Ironman Trophy for the third

Contest To machinery, Edward Collins is straight win, VFP-02 has no intentions -

iL' the one to see. And Harold I of relinquishing the

Robinet, PH2, of VFP-62, the prize. A fourth win and perma-

photographer on duty, will show nent posession will spark the

Be SundayThe anyone all there.is to know about team's showing in competition.With .

camera work.Personnel the marriage of Ltjg( )

and from all commands James Vreeland of TowacO, N J.,
aboard the Station are urged to on Aug. 11, the squadron's bach-
Queen Contest, sponsored! by the
of Jacksonville will use the facilities offered by the elor ranks lost one of its most t
Navy Wives
Hobby Shop. stalwart supporters. The bride?, !
be held at 1600 Sunday in the
NATTCcntcr auditorium.A Sniderg the former Miss Barbara Jo Long- ;

Leroy mire of Jacksonville, was given \
total of 11 trophies and two
Honor Student away by her father, J. L. Longmire -
special awards will be presentedto
when the couple were mar-
the winning boy and girl in : Leroy Snider, AOAN, of Martinez ried in All-Saints Chapel on the

each of the five age groups, cutest Ga., was the honor studentin base. Ushers included Ltjg( ) "}S
brother and sister combination, 'last week's graduating class
David Pitfield and Ltjg( ) Fied-
cutest twins, and the popularity _. ..... .-'-' J from Aviation Ordnanccman crick Horsmon.

contest. ANOTHER BOAT BUILDER-Warren O. Adams, A01, of School Class A at the Naval Air I ;
The judges for the contest will Naval Air Weapons School of NATTCenter, works on his 12-foot Technical Training Center Seven officers, whose tours of
Jack Harrold motorboat, which he has been building for about four months, duty with VFP-62 total nearly 18
be Joan Pomeroy, working three nights a week on his off-duty time. lie is shown He has been assigned to VF-24, years, have been detached from
and Red Parham of WMBR-TV in here affixing a wooden plate to the boat's stern. NAS Alameda, Calif. the squadron. Lt. Peter Mongil-
Jacksonville. The winning boys
ardi, Jr., Lt. Burna D. Levi, Lt.
and girls also will appear on the
Cub Scouts Meet John E. Horan, Jr., Lt. LawrenceC.
Open House program, over
WMB -TV, next Monday at 1600., Al Gold Head ParkThe .. Warren, and Lt. George D.
w.k' Hudson, are attending the Navy
Virginia Atter emcees the pro-
gram. NAS Jacksonville Cub Post Graduate School at Monterey .

Today the Navy Wives Club .Scout Pack 131 is scheduled to Calif.

holds its monthly "pot-luck" hold its monthly meeting Sunday, Lt. Albert T. Barr, Jr., has been t

luncheon at the Dewey Park Club Aug. 26, at Gold Head State Park, assigned to the NROTC Unit at .

House. A game period follows the according to Comdr. Richard J. >v the University of Washington at .) r

luncheon. The new activity com- Martin, Pack Committee Chair Seattle, Wash. '.'

mittee has been announced as man. Lt. Alex Sundstrom has. left

Velma Brooks and Grace Cope- The monthly theme of the cub .4 for Tufts University afMcdford,

land. Three new members, Jean pack is "Cub Pack Field Day," it S r Mass., to enroll in the aviation

Stacey, Grace Copeland and Eli- was said.Sunday. college program.

zabeth White, have been wel- afternoon will be devoted 1 .

comed into the club. Marie Reier to field games for the y t :i VF.43The

was welcomed as a transfer from youngsters, who will be in chargeof Falcons extend a welcometo

the Memphis Navy Wives Club. Cubmaster James McGhee, Ensign Dick Doherty, a newly

Notice is given that the Naval AO1, of NATTCenter Ordance designated pilot. We wish to wel-

Air Station Nursery, operated by School. come the new men received on

the club, will be closed all day board for duty, Ray Rabanus,
Labor Day, Sept. 3. It was also Comdr. Martin emphasized that _". .. .___'_' _Y _'M"'" .... ... AOl
and Jim
cub scouts who desire can go to Doelling, AEAN,
said that delegates to the National BOAT ENTHUSIAST-Boat building Is one of the favorite from NATTC, and to Glenn Frick
Gold Head State Park tomorrow
Clubsof hobbles of the patrons of NAS Hobby Shop. Shown here Is Lcdr.
Convention of Wives
Navy AD2
afternoon to camp out until Sun Russell Sims of Patrol Squadron VP-5, operating an electric drillas from Patuxent River, Md.
America, Inc., to be held at he makes spray rails for his 16-foot. outboard cabin cruiser. Bachelor to "Brown Bagger"IThat's !
Beach Calif. Oct. 4-8<< will day.He
also stressed that an important the saga of Ltjg( ) Walter
be elected at the next business pack business meeting is ToastmastersTo Ensigns Promoted Shaw who is no longer a memberof

meeting Sept. 3, at 1930, in the to be held Sunday at 1400, and After 18 Months\ that dwindling crew, the

Dewey Park Clubhouse.. that parents of the cub scouts are Have squadron bachelors. The social
urged to attend. The Navy's plan of promoting highlight of the summer was the

Frigate Named The meeting will cover a four- ensigns to lieutenant (junior wedding ceremony of Walter

part program of discussion as follows ladies Night'"Ladies grade) after 18 months of service, Shaw and Betty Clark. The cere-

: Discussion on a new mony was solemnized at the All
For Adm. effective since
KingA Night" will be observedby 1, 1953, will
pack charter; 2-The reregistration Saint's Base Chapel last Friday,
the Jax Navy ToastmastersClub continue "for the foreseeable fu-
of cub scouts for the coming followed by a reception held at
guided missile frigate, to be at 1930 tonight at the 19th ture."
year (the presence of parents is the Officers' Club.A .
built early next yearwill be virtually mandatory for this Hole (Commissioned Officers Before that date ensigns had I
change has taken place the
Club Annex). ;
named the in of I
phase); 3-Selection of a new not been promoted until completing blue birds being
are replaced by
The theme for the is
Fleet Adm. Ernest J. King, the program
chief den mother and cubmaster; 24 months of service. "
"gray ghosts. Yes, the Falcons
"Is Credit Buying Necessary
World War II Chief of Naval Op.
and .4-Election of officers for Denial was made by the Navy have received a batch of the
which will be developed in the
erations who died June 25, the
Navy has announced. the club scout committee.This form of a symposium. Speakers that promotion of the ensigns by latest F9F-8 series right off the
new committee will began the present plan was the cause of Gruman assembly line. Our fond-
The King is to be built at the will be Capt. T. G. Mooney; Capt.R. .
functioning in October. S. Sasser and Chief Warrant the "hump," or relative Imbalancein est hope is that we'll board the
Pudget Sound Naval Shipyard,
Comdr. Martin strongly urged Officer Huel Holloway. the size of adjacent or nearly "Sara" with all new Cougars.
Bremerton Was The 512-foot
that the parents of the cub scoutsbe adjacent
with Ter- Toastmaster for the evening year groups. I Married and harassed lady
ship will be equipped present for the business meeting I by a
will be Major E. S. Maloney, and who her mind.
rier guided missiles aft, and willmount because of its great importto couldn't make up
five-inch gun batteries for the cub pack. Master Evaluator will be Lcdr. Navy Toastmasters Club, or to Blustering, lusty "Betsy" decided
ward. Vincent Anania. Table Topics will form additional clubs, are invitedto not.to drop in for a call after all.

The new frigates, which are light cruiser, are designed to pro- be handled by Comdr. Rhomas contact Lcdr. Ken Knoizen, extension We can only hope that her

larger than a regular destroyer, vide anti-aircraft defense for high Casey. 8316, or Major Maloney, younger sister will have the samq
but somewhat smaller than a speed task forces. Anyone wishing to join the Jax extension 8320. good manners.

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a. Ken Pendergras Wins Champion

Honors In Nevada Skeet Shoot

kl i Ken Pendergras, AE<;S. returned last week from Keno

a : I as the holder of one of skeet shooting's most coveted titles
'the Champion of Champions. In winning his first nationaltitle {

Chief Pendergras fired a perfect round of 100 and
then hit 175 more to become the best of a group of America's

finest shooters.The .

NAS Jaz team also captured
honors at the meet by win-
ning the runnerup team trophy.
They lost the National Championship -

4 :: by one shot to NAS San

Diego whose title has been con- a
tested by Oakland, Calif. The pro-
test is now under considerationby
the National Skeet Shooters'

1 Association, and if upheld, the 1.J

,' i : Station team will be declared the .,

Y : National Champion. I,
NARTlTi pride will travel to
Moscow In 1957 to compete in I

the Championship of the World
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ALL SET, WITII NO PLACE TO GO-That's the fate of the Station Crackerjax as the Waves I shoot. Chief Pendergras is top
team waits Impatiently for news from the 6ND as whether the local lassies will be team nominatedto man of the U.S. four-man 'in- I r.
represent the Southeast In the All-Navy Eastern Softball tournaments scheduled for Sept. 3. The ternational skeet team by virtue
Crackerjax, lone women's entry in the Sixth Naval District tournaments taking: place this week at of his record and overall
Green Cove Springs, are seeking admission to the All-Navy Eastern at New York on the traces of average I
their favorable 20-7 record. Team members are front row (left to right): Scotty Walsh, rf; Carol and is one of the leading con- _._......_
Hooser, p; Diana Fitzpatrick, p; Ruth Bradshaw, ss; Chris Buck, cf; Sophie Sayatovien, rf; Back row" tenders to win in Moscow. He A Ken
(left to right): Nancy Gibbons, team manager; Ann Cooper, lb; Lupie Ortiz, If; Winnie Robillard, ,says determinedly, "I expect twin Fendergras
rf; Pat Ashcraft cf; Nancy Ward, e; and Cecila Samford, rf. Nt present for the photo were Shirley the World Championship." 275 to win the latter.
Hanson, 3b; Maryel llebert, 2b; Ellen Carlson, p; and Carolyn Johnson i rf. .
Seven yean ago Chief Pender- This year he and his partner,
'gras hadn't fired at anything Emmett Lee, tied the world rec-
Await AdmissionTo Win
Crackerjax Storekeepers .faster than a quail and he was ord again with a perfect 200. He

"just an average hunter. When is also the Florida State allgaugeand
Horseshoe MatchesBy I
N. Y. All-Navy Eastern he took up skeet shooting : 20-gauge champ; the South-
sweeping both matches 1949, he tried out for the Jax eastern small-gauge championand
Sitting and waiting seemed to be the fate of the Jax Navy against Support Splinters, Aviation .NARTU skeet team but didn't class AA all-gauge and 20-
Crackerjax softball unit during the past week. With all the women Storekeepers lead the NATT make it. He wasn't good enough. I gauge champ; the subsmallgaugewinner
teams around the Jacksonville area gone to the Florida State soft- Center horseshoe league doubles A year later he was not only good : of the Oleander Open at

ball tournaments last week the Wave contingent felt like orphans, which opened last week. enough for the team, but also. Galveston, Tex.; and the top sub-
unable to find any competition.The Airman School downed Avia- !made the Station team and won small-gauge class AA shooter of
lone women's entry in the :the East Coast Service Championship the Great Eastern championshipat
I Robillard, rf; Nancy Ward, c; tion Electricians, and broke -
Sixth Naval District softball : Bridgeport, Conn and the
Carol Hooser, p; and Diana even with Aviation Ground Officers -
tournaments scheduled for this Rebel Open at Jackson, Miss.
i la 1952
Fitzpatrick, p.Mainsidc. School.The Ensigns also took Pendergras teamed.
week, the Crackerjax are now -.. two from Support Splinters. with Gordon Teets to tie the This week he capped the tro-
awaiting word from the Comman- .., A. World record of 200 for 200 in phy list with the "Championshipof
dant of the Sixth Naval District BowlersTo kl-Doublcs Teams the all-gauge classification and Champions" trophy. Pretty
giving them permission to represent individually won the Southern good shooting for a fellow who a
the Southeast at the All- Hold MeetingRepresentatives Fighting Hard Open and the Florida State small- few years ago was just an "aver

Navy Eastern Women's softball of each unit Jo and Dot Boatwright gained gauge 'titles. Since then he has age shot."
tournament at New York duringthe .
signed up for the Mainside Intra- ground in the NATTCenter mixed: paraded on winner's avenue with :
week of Sept. 3. The local :mural bowling league are asked doubles bowling league last week an increasing number of trophies.In Bell Plays In Tennis
lassies admission to I
are seeking to be present for an important by taking four from Steve and 1955 he left Mexico City as
the All-Navy Easterns on the meeting scheduled for Sept. 5, Jeanne Varnes, while Jim and Pan American Olympic championwith Semi In All-Eastern
merit of their record of 20
season Special Services Bldg. at 0930. BettY SauerSt the league leaders, 198!> hits out of a possible Hunter Bell, of NATTCenter
wins 7 losses far better
by a
record then held by other The meeting Is being called to took only 3% from Dan and Joan 200. That same year he broke 95 Special Services, paired' with Ed

Waves team in the 6ND any area. vote on holding the bowling Tames.. of 100 targets with a 410 gaugeto Holton, of Pensacola, as the Sixth

league on a handicap or scratch Al and June Hughes stayed in rank as subsmall-gauge run- Naval District doubles representatives -
The Crackerjax came in as run- basis. Last season the bowlingwas I the race by winning three from nerup. lIe was also fourth in the went to the semifinals of the

ners-up in behind the 1955 Pax All-Navy River'steam based on the scratch system !I Bill and Kay Botthof with June's National all-gauge contest.In All-Eastern Tennis tournament at
while a few seasons ago the 464 set.Jake. 1955 he added the Greater Newport, R.L Aug. 6.
This it is hoped they
year handicap system was used. Eastern Service championship and In the singles play, Bell was
and Frank Paris took
will again be given the opportu ,
the Old
championshipto defeated in the second round
three from George and Alice Lan-
nity t0 capture the All-Navy
Eastern title. Mainsidc Golf League caster, and Ernie and Clare I his laurels, firing a perfect the Fifth Naval District entrant.
Ltjgr( ) Mary Anderson is offi- Starts September 5 O'Neal won two from "Red and I

cer in charge of the Crackerjaxball September 5 is the date set Elinor Lancaster.
with James of the Mainside 4. S
club Lindemeyer for the opening N 1 1a
as coach. Members of the squad Intramural golf league which at Boxers
include Ann Cooper, Ib; Marvel this time boasts an entry list of 13 _

Hebert, 2b; Ruth Bradshaw, ss; teams with VAH-3 being the Train ForOlympic
Shirley Hanson, 3b; Sophie Sa- latest unit to register.
yatovich, rf; Chris Buck, cf; Matches in the one-round Team > ,r,

". Lupie Ortiz, If; Carolyn Johnson, league will be played on Mondaysand
rf; Cecila Samford, rf; Winnie Wednesdays. Along with a number of other
top; Navy ring prospects, 10 AU-
Takes Navy champions will gather in
Bill Scarbrough 'Second
; Newport this summer to begin
training for the Olympic 1, F, a .wa6 .
Moves On To Inter-Service Play"Big The list of this year's All-Navy -rA v k. T-y4 r 1 __I

Bill" Scarbrough, pridq of Jax Navy around the golfing champions :
circles, and winner of the All-Navy Eastern golf tournaments, fin- Flyweight Jerry Johnson,
YN3 NAS Point R.I.
ished second to California's Dirk Prather in the finals of the All. Quonset ,
Navy :-hole medelist golf championships at Norfolk, Va. last week Bantamweight Ronald Andrews -
Chief Scarbrough who was SN USS Basilone (DDE- .t
Grego representing Q u o n set 824)). ;
trailing Prather by one stroke at Point, R. I., both former NAS Jax: Featherweight Bob Nichols, AAr
the end of three rounds of play golf champions. Scott posted a BM2, USS Charles P. Cecil (DDR-

blew his final round and chances two-over par 74 for a 303 and 835). .
for the Navy laurels Thursday, Tony Grego stroked a final 77 Lightweight Tabby Lee, ;? ; .'

Aug. 16, when he shot a 79, well for a 303. BMSN, USS Tidewater (AD-31).
ove par for the Jacksonville ace. The five top men in the All- I Light Welterweight Duhard .' 4w

Prather stroked a cool 67 to take Navy's now compete against the Bailey, SD3, USS Cascade (AD-
9 the tournament by 13 strokes. In five top golfers from the Air 16). _

;1 the 72-hole tourney Prather shota I Force, Marines, and Army for Welterweight Henry Brown,
total 286 with Scarbrough com the Inter-Service title. The tour- TN, USS Essex (CVA-9), 4 .M M.JW Vy.S
ing in with a 299. nament is scheduled to begin Light Middleweight Bob

George Agges of Pensacola, play Tuesday, Aug. 28, at Eglin Berdahl, BM3 Newport Naval
who took third place in the All- AFB, Fla. and will run for four' Station.
Eastern Men's Open here repeated straight days with 18-holes playeda I Middleweight Bob Keating

c at the All-Navy's taking day. SN, USS Sierra (AIM8)).
I; "" I:V"
third, posting'a 301. The three best linksters from Light Heavyweight Phil
Ness SA NTC Great Lakes III TENNIS CHAMPS-With IS straight victories la singles and
and fifth each branch of the Armed ,
Taking fourth positions -
I doubles, Cy Warden (left) and Jack Candland, of Naval Air Wea-
I respectively were Earvin will also compete in the Seniors Heavyweight Roy Louson,. pons System; School, captured the NATTCenter tennis champlos-
I { Scott, Charleston, and Tony division. SN, USS, Sierra (AD-18). ship.

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23 August 1956 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven'

Fliers May z Ace Pitching Arm Dick Slengrim Wins

Worth $100,000Want Wcstcoit Handicap

Face Podres to win $100.000 Here's Dick Stengrim. of Naval Air

your chance if you're headingout :Weapons System School, shooting k'F'

Recently winning the **Sportsman California way. I with the Jax Navy Freelancers,

Of The Year Award" John The Hollywood Stars (alwaysin won first place in the morning

Podres, SA, former BrooklynDodgers demand for new ideas) have westcott handicap division on the 1 M .

pitcher may be the man launched a new "100,000 Peg" NATTCenter archery range in a
contest that should bring oh's andah's three-team shoot Sunday.
on the mound against our Jaxfliers
% from baseball
if the Station locals win world over. enthusiasts the Chuck Ebersole, of Cecil Field's s

at the Sixth Naval District base i Bowhunters, was second and Lester -
The contest works like this.
ball tournaments next week. Sam Freelancers third.In .
I Stars have a home tilt, three fans
has It that Podres
Humor now
will receive a chance to peg a the open wcstcott Andy Anders
to assist the Service
assigned baseball from home plate through of Jax City Bowhunters,
and Atlantic Fleet Ath- NAS ENTBY Competing in lie Sixth Naval District softball
Force a hole 3.3647 inches in diameterin finished first and Hugh Carty, of
letic Officer will be a member chaaptauJJp at Green Cove Springs this week were these tea-
of the Norfolk baseball team at a board placed at second base, Jax Bowhunters, edged out Bob ten frmt the Naval Air Station and the Naval Air Trchmical
which is 120 feet away from the Porter of Cecil Field for third. Anossewskl It Tout
the All-Navy Eastern scheduled Trailing Crater. From left, front r w: Jerry ;

for Norfolk during the week of plate. Each contestant is permitted Rose Weatherby of the Freelancers Teefcy, lb; Fred Damaeyer, e; Jim Cbasnblfas, e; Jim Crandall,

Sept 7.Upon. just one throw. won the women's west- as; Dick Chaavanx, ss; dock .Allen if. Back row: Bill Harpham,

completing boot camp at Sounds pretty good doesn't it: cott Ik; Beach MrDamfels. p; Henry Ynrinka U; Coach AI Fyda;
Fans? Here's the catch. The hole: Art Dwmath, Jb; Fred rridgeion, if Jim Trent, p; and Frank FMtenner -
Bainbridge J&L, Podres was assigned Andy Anders of Jax Dowhunt-
through which the baseball must Sh Not shown: Jim Lazaras, p; Jim Donaho 2b; Jim
to his present duty following with 445 the afternoon
be thrown is exactly % inch big- ers, won Bowen, tb; Jim Hawkins, p; and Lt. Bill Lyons, otn --curre.
Navy policy of assigningmen ger than the regulation baseball broadhead followed by Fred Davenport

where their special skills used in the contest So the first Jax Bowhunters, 340, Jax Softballers Still
can be used most effectively. His $100,000 toward that million and Bob Porter of Cecil, 340. Rose TryingFor

duties consist of teaching our national Weatherby took the women's di-
we're all looking for seems a little -
pastime to enlisted person farther away now, doesn't it vision. 6ND Title At Green CoveJax

nel.It But what the heck, if you're out NASin
Navy's softballers although beaten by Birmingham
is hoped that Podres will
California way anytime in the the still in there ) for
follow in the footsteps of such opener was trying yesterday (Wednesday
near future, slop in at the Star's Power," a 26-week series' the Sixth Naval District title in the tournament at Green Cove
nationally recognized athletes: ball park and give their contesta on the history of human flight Springs.
such as Gene Tu n n ey, Jack
try. and military aviation, will be Monday the Fliers lost 6-4, but
Dempsey and others who during The contest works like this. made for. November airing by came back with a 2-1 victory against Cecil Field.

WWII helped teach the youth of You cant Jose a thing and who CBS-TV in cooperation with the Tuesday over Cecil: Field. Yes- Beach McDaniels started on

our specialists.Not nation. as physical education baseball thru that little hole. Air Force. terday they played Key West the mound but was relieved in

the fifth by Jim Hawkins. Both
only is Podres outstand- \i .. ,,," .. 'i/M Navy. Jax and Cecil collected four hit
ing in baseball but has won let .. : .' ",.' Errors cost Jax the game in
01 the tussel.
ters in high school in other :. : ) : against Birmingham, all six of
many ::- ';,: .; .. . .
sports. Outside of the baseball .., :..: .. .. -Ij. .
season he will assist in schedul- .'. ., ... >: ; .: .''' : f..r. '.' ".'' earned. Jeff Lazarus and Beach IM\ Shorts( Entry
(' ..,,..'" ': ;'. 'i? ''' McDaniels did the hurling for, .
. ing and coaching other sports, .. :.' .t' ...:: \Jit.1:. !" ;. ., ,. : ,..>> }I.
.. 'v"'J the Fliers.A .
i" ; ,
programs. Arrangements will be ..' ": ,, ". Nears Deadline
: : f.\i; .
I\! .
.. .
J .
.. rr ;: .
triple by Jerry ,
made with other commands for .. Jlf ;;'
!, : > : p'i
t. It t. :;: ;; :! .iI.. ;' The date of deadline for
Podres to hold baseball clinicsin "- ,, .4' ': : :,. .. ..,(. ,.. l. f""""' ..r.., : ," of Ordnancemen School, and a entryin
. ., ,. Mainsidu's fall intramural
.,. .,, double by Jim Crandall, also of
order to make his services as c ... ... ""t.It ..
valuable to the Navy as possible. ... ....t" .. ; Ordnance, helped in the win sports touch football and volleyball -

4Civilian is last coming to a close. AH
units still wishing to get into

Fishing SPORTS Fliers End Season With either submit of their these entry two leagues forms as should soon

as possible to Special Services

Winners Named SCHEDULEBaseball Entries will close on Sept. 7, and
37 Wins-23 LossesClosing
: Jax Fliers at Sixth both football and volleyball
Winners for the month of July
Naval District baseball tourna leagues will begin play in the

fishing competition in the NAS ments, Aug. 26.31; Memphis, the final chapter on the edition of the 1956 baseball middle of September

Jax fishing contest, for civil ser- Tenn. season, the Jax Navy Fliers boosted their record to 37 wins last Five teams have already signedup

vice employees, have been announced week when they collected two from the Savannah Defense
Wave Softball: Crackerjax at for action in touch football Including -
by the fishing commit- Project here on their home diamond.
Sixth Naval District softball VAH-1; VFP-G2; Hospital -

tee.In tournaments this week; Green Wednesday's battle proved lit- double Pemberton ; Overhaul and Repair; and
the black bass Donald Shortstop Pete -
group, Fla. tle trouble for the Navy base- VF-18.
Cove Springs
Greatrex, Overhaul and Repair bailers as they defeated their also rapped out a double,
Jax op .r
Softball Navy
Station : The has
volleyball league
sending Hayes home to tie-up .
the in off with
Department won top prize Naval ponent 73. Leading
Softball team at Sixth drawn entries from six units -
the two-all Leftfielder soj e
game '
the men's division with five- in
a tournaments this three runs the first gainingtwo
District softball Marine Barracks
Chuck Davis continuing the hit- far including
pound black bass caught while more tallies in the second
week; Green Cove Springs, Fla. ting performance of the team- Hospital; VAH-1; FAE1t\1'Dct. 2;
fishing at Santa Fe Lake. Interservice cham- frame, and finishing off with two
Golf: mates before him sent a single Fasron 109; and VFP-62.
MRS. ELIZABETH Jarrard, Fla. runs in the seventh, the Fljcrs{
AFB Aug.
pionships at Eglin ,
into the
outfield, scoring Pemberton Special Services announced that
wife of Harry E. Jarrard of 0 & were never in serious trouble
28-31. Jax's Bill Scarbrough com-
with the winning run. officials for touch football arc still
It, won the prize in the women's peting. throughout the game.
The Fliers depart Saturday, urgently needed. Any personnel
division with her fine catch of an Thursday's win little
Intramural Sports: Bowling came a
Aug. 24, for Memphis, Term having the experience necessaryto
eight-pound 12 black bass 930 harder the Station nine with
oz. meeting; Important.Building ;
where they will compete for the qualify for officiating are askedto
while fishing in Black Creek. Sept 5, 0930. Team representatives Savannah leading the Fliers 2-1 Sixth Naval District baseball contact Mr. McCaffery, Ex'tension -
Both Greatrex and Mrs. Jarrardwon must be present when the Navy came to bat in .
championships.Line ,512. Referees will be paid for
a rod and reel. t the last of the ninth.
score of Thursday's game: their services.and .

Dave Smith, son of Roy C Mainside BowlersTo With one man out the Fliers SAVANNAH -000 200 000 262

Smith, 0 & R, won the children's suddenly came alive and right- JAX NAVY 000000012 361 Farenbaber. Jax Navy; Syme

prize, a spot-light, for his three- Hold Meeting fielder Ray Hayes blasted out a Batteries: Savannah; Smittle and Slater.

pound 12 oz. catch while fishingin ...._..,. .
.. .
of each unit 'f2Zt! ... y'$.w &Ji ..'ou w. .ilt
the St Johns river.A Representatives ." <{', .;'1'.>' ;'i. '. ;.

TWO-POUND speckled trout signed up for the Mainside intra- >:. .:%::/'. ..r'. ; ,.::.,' ;,. .
was caught by Earl Edwards mural bowling league are askedto I\ <" ,' ., ', ,,
Public Works Dept while fishingin be present for an important .

Dunns Creek. The trout was meeting scheduled for Sept. 5, ;j6 < ".'<, ,,,,;:'
entered in the Salt Water class Special Services Bldg. at 0930. ;

I Laymon Cothern, Public Works The meeting is being called to C ) ,... ,,,,;. .

Dept., caught a one-pound two vote on holding the bowling : l'jI

ounce red bass while fishing in league on a handicap or scratch I' f ,

Dunns Creek. E. H. Millan 0 & basis. Last season the bowlingwas {

R whiting based on the scratch system \
caught a two-pound ,
while the Jetties. while a few seasons ago the
fishing near ,
Each of these winners received a handicap system was used.Onceabride v. ::;: :
---4 S- '
reel as their prize. The. entry: tomorrowis ,( .. .
: "John ,' ;
prize for the month went to W. J. our wedding anniversary. ShallI ;*' !f4.fs." s,.vi',,. /\\. "" 4.

Osterhage, 0 & R, for his catch.ofa ;
kill the turkey?
12 oz. bream while fishing in
Once-a-groom: "What for? He .

Goodby Lake. had nothing to do with it"
The prizes for the month of

August in the black bass class will asked that the participants in the

be a reel for each division. The contest make certain that their -

prizes for the salt water category entry blanks are filled out pro- PRIMED FOR ACTION-Are the three members of the Jax Navy Fliers baseball squad pictured

will be kerosene lanterns for thespeckled perly and signed by two wit above. Handling the greater part of the Station varsity's pitching for the season are (left) Frank Jan-
and whiting The committee is looking kunis with a 15-6 record and (center) Ron Syme holding a 12-5 record. Both rhuckers are lefties and
red bass nesses.
trout will continue to carry out their mound duties at Memphis Tenn. next week when the Fliers compete
14 entries. The entry prize will forward to more entries for the with Pensacola and Memphisfor the Sixth: Naval District baseball championships. Putting the final

*". I be a two-burner ca stove. remaining months of the season, finish on the Fliers battery is Bernie Slater (right) who will be seeing a lot of action behind theplate.
, -
The fishing committee has which closes Oct. 31. .



,Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 23 August '1956

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iZ; Supply
,, rmIiI.liD
;;, (Continued from Page 1) .

vides fresh produce. FOR RENT

This doesn't mean the Army 3 rm. apt. $70. 2716 Green St. EV

7 wx "gives" all this to the Navy. Not 7-5097. Abdelnour.
t at all! The vendors bill the Furn. apt. 2132 Riverside Ave.
Army, the Army bills the Navy Bennet.

and the Navy bills the ship even- Rm. in priv. hse. Nr NAS River

f tually, and after much form- side. EV 92788.

completion, everybody gets paid. 2-1 bdrm, apt. EV fl-6362. Oakley.
Meanwhile, the ship's crew gets *
: 6 rm. furn. hse $125 per, mo.
fed.It 4643 Kerle St., Lake Shore.
\ takes about 200 phone calls
EV 71614. Ryan.
Im- placed by Supply to get the
wheels rolling. Deliveries must 2 bdrm. furn. hse. Sept. I. 5320

be scheduled, price quotations ob- Wesconnett Blvd. EV 8.9439 or
95386. Parks
tained, the orders placed. This is :
> < T why it is so important for a shipto 3 bdrm. unfurn. hse. Nr. NAS

4 list its needs with Supply well 5250 Helm Ave., Venetia Terrace -
K in advance. Once a carrier EV 7-2909. Clark

okayed its "final" needs, only to FOR SALE

send out a dispatch next day demanding 3 bdrm. C, B. hse 7401 Green-

-,... ,,-- .. T _H_ ..... IOtw___ produce I 15 more tons of fresh way Dr., Ortega Hills EV 9-
I 3231 Replogle.
HUGE FOOD CARRIERS CONVERGE AT NAAS MAYPORT- ommerclal and Navy vans, "We scrambled!" Lt. Brueningsays
3 bdrm. brick.
about 40 altogether, back up to the aircraft carrier USS Roosevelt at NAAS Mayport to offload the laconically.The $1500. Equity, GI
I.. enormous stocks of staple, frozen and fresh food products needed to replenish the giant vessel. The mortgage. 2131 Maple Leaf Dr.
:: Job started at 0800 Saturday, utilizing all the heav equipment available at Athe Jackson replenishing job also E., Arlington, FL 91154. Ber-
vllle. Under Supply Department supervision, the offloading; was completed by 1800, but on load- means trucks, perhaps 40 converging tolino. .
Injf kept crews busy until midnight at Mayport from as faraway
3 bdrm. C. B. hse. Sm. equity.
New York and Chicagofor
4133 Tyndale Dr. Cedar Hills.
Airman School Term'Yank'DatesTo direct delivery shipside. Whena EV 41518. McDaniel.

schedule like this is disrupted,
-Ys 3 bdrm. C. B. hse. 5019 Home-
To Colonial TimesAlmost even unavoidably, it means some
Changes thing. crest: Circle. _

Luckily this doesn't happen too 3 bdrm. hse. $54 mo. 5119 Sun-
child has
6-Week ClassesThe -= tV OTC the tune "Yankee every Doodle Dandy"at sung often. Fleet Air Jacksonville I derland Rd. EV 9-7947. Field

works closely with the command. 2 bdrm. C. B. hse. $44 per mo.,
last of the eight-week Air- Saturday, Aug. 25, a jukebox some time or other in his ing officer of the Naval Air Sta- Equity $100. 5874 Oak Lane.

man Preparatory School class dance will be held on the patioat life. The term 'Yankee' was born tion ,in scheduling ships' move- Dr. EV 77190. Burton.

route members to Class at NATTCenter A schools following are en- 2000. The patio bar will remain long before the North and South ments with logistic support, in 2 bdrm. hse. GI equity, '$49 per.
open during the hours of the order to keep to a minimum any
their graduation last Friday. discussed their differences with mo. 5255 Camille Ave. EV 9-
dance. Dinner will be served from rifle balls. excess costs that might result 8680. Roberts.

Tomorrow's graduating class 1900 until 2200. from disrupted schedules of the 2-bdrm. hse. Nr. NAS. 4800 Bev-

.. will be under the new six-week Sunday, Aug. 26, at 1400 the 'Way back In colonial days, vessels. erly Circle, Lake Shore. EV 8-
plan instituted at Airman School club will feature one-half chicken when the French and Indian wars Nevertheless, provisioning a 7287. Parrish.

which defines into mechanicaland barbecued with all the trim- were )being fought, the British carrier-equal to a town of 3,000 1956 hse. trailer. Make offer for

electronic components. mings, served buffet style on the regulars got into a battle and, population-efficiently, smoothly equity. 6555 Don-Mills. EV 8-

Marine Capt. Joseph Tyler, patio. The price will be $1.20 with summoned reinforcements. Colonial and on short order, is a responsibility 8128. Ellis.
smaller for children at Americans their
portions dropped and
Phase One officer of a challenge,
School, delivered the graduation 60*. tools where they were using even for as experienced a supply
wanted from College and
Remember the big patio dance them, on the farms or in the officer
address to the 120 students, including as Capt. J. J. McKinstry.The .
shops and marched to the British Acosta St. to NAS. Working
two Women Marines and scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 1, local area, however, has hrs '
Labor week-end. Informationas aid. :
one Wave. good reason to be pleased as hrs: 0700-1530. Ext. 723 or734.
be to the name of the orchestra, The British troops took one and
The class was the 26th to more more ships come into Spinks.
etc., will be published next week. look at the raggedy looking bunchof The .
graduated since January 1, and Mayport. more ships, the .
There will be a meeting of the heros and laughed at their merrier and louder
was commanded by S/Sgt. Hoffman ap. jingle the Welcome Dance
Volentine.Pfc. Advisory Group Wednesday, Aug. pearance. One British surgeon, merchants' cash registers! The
29, at 1930. remembering old Dutch There will be a "welcomedance"
Tom Dickerson, of North an song, Navy poured $180,000 into food
4 > at the Jacksonville USO
honor studentin I paraphrased it into the now famous and supplies only last weekend
Carolina last week's, was the class and selectedPhotographer's Crew Dance At NATTC "Yankee Doodle Dandy." I when the Roosevelt was replen Club on Tuesday, Aug. 28, start-
ing at 2000 for the enlisted
Mate School at Charlie Trotter will provide the The colonial troops, led by ished. sonnel of the USS Saratoga. All

Pensacola for further training. music for a crew dance to be held Captain Thomas Filch, showinga Incidentally, for a recent Satur- Navy personnel are invited to at-
Tuesday, 'Sept 11. The dance will sense of humor, picked up the day delivery to a large carrier a tend.
be held from 2000 to 2400 in King song and sang it. This was the number of Supply Departmentand

-. Opry Pair Coming Hall, in the Naval Air Technical day the term "Yankees" was born. Public Works civilian employees (Answer to Puzzle on Page 2)HAT
Training Center area. 4s t had to be called in. In .
To Ring Hall Soon I- .- A ComplaintThe addition, the Supply Department F D A PM

enlisted duty section worked from 01NE
Don your denims and ginghams, AE Schools mess officer entered the 0800 until 0145 the following dayon TRAL I R

gals and guys, the Grand 01' Opryis mess hall and asked if there were this loading job.SupSplintcrs HAM BE
coming to the Naval Air Station '
any complaints. One man sprangup 1 T L
Military personnel will have Battle For and complained that he had Lead NOD I G FAEN
the opportunity to hear the I A 1Y
unique style of music presentedby found a cigaret butt on his plate. Support Splinters are on top of 1 DUR RI

Cousin Jody and Odie plus the 'Honor Award'Special "What did you expect, sailor," the NATTCentcr golf league as a A I 1 P Fa N HERI

Country Cousins in person when said the officer, "a whole pack- result of the first week of play ER RA
the act appears here Wednesday, privileges such as first 1 T
I age?" with five wins out of six matches.
Sept. 12, at King Hall. Two per- in the pay line, first in the chow
formances will be given by the line and weekend liberties, go

troupe, the first starting at 1900 hand in hand with the honor L4. ,.,
and the second scheduled for company award. iw .2 <

2030. Selection of the group is madeon

Both Cousin Jody and Odie the basis of discipline, mil

have been playing and performing itary bearing and scholastic

since they were knee-high. standing. Under a class leader,
Jody is featured as a pantomineartist each man helps his shipmate in
who talks most eloquently all three classes to bring the

with his steel guitar which he company to the highest level of
calls the biscuit board while Odie performance.

livens up the act with his workon Pitfalls and rocks and shoals { : <.

the bass fiddle. that might trap the unwary are

The comedy act of Jody and explained among the group as it
Odie has appeared with such well seeks the top spot in the monthly

I known country music stars as Roy awards. Scholastically each man

Acuff and his Smokey Mountain aids a faltering classmate to help .

Boys, Pee Wee King and his him bring his marks above stand U (

Golden West Cowboys, and Gene ard.At : r+t .
Autry. I present one company out of

The famous Grand 01' Opry act 22, each consisting of 32 men, is
has also appeared on the "Kate chosen for the honor award. In

Smith Show" and "Dave Garro- the near future, however, selec-
I I way's Show." Appearing weekly tion will be made from 30 companies tip

;, on the country music" show, "The of 20 men each. ... ... .", ,', _.... .'<,.. ..,.,,_,-.y, ,,r.". v-.
Grand 01' Opry, Jody and Odie Lcdr William Inzer is the train
winner of the honor award shows sharp military
SHARP MARCHING constant company a
TV series ing officer of Aviation Electri-
are presently making a style of marching: at all times. Here Lester Sam, AEC, leading chief of AE-A School, helps judgethe
known as "Country Music Time. cian's Mate School Class A. various! companies' on their marching order. _

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